MCBA Drug & Alcohol Program Training DVD

MCBA Drug & Alcohol Program Training DVD

Attn: Captains, If you have Not received one hour of Drug Assistance Program Training, in accordance with requirements of the Department of Transportation, U.S. Coast Guard regulations 33CFR 95, 46CFR 4, 5, & 16 and 49CFR 40: please contact MCBA Drug & Alcohol Program Administrator/Coordinator

Phone: 989-684-7943 or When contacting MCBA Drug & Alcohol Program Administrator/Coordinator, you may have to leave a message. Please include last four (4) digits of your social security number for verification. I will mail you a training DVD that you may keep. (Note: 97 captains have not met this requirement) .

Captains: Your Attention to Drug Collection Detail is Crucial!

Below are the details that must be provided in Step 1 of the Federal Drug Testing Custody and Control Form (CCF – image below)

C. Employee I.D.: Use the last four digits of your social security number.
Specify Testing Authority is: DOT – Specify DOT Agency is: USCG.
Reason for Test: Random, Reasonable Suspicion Cause or Post Accident (check one).
Drug Tests to be performed: pre-printed 47643N DOT Drug Panel only!

Mailing Address: 9760 Judd Road Willis, MI 48191 1-800-622-2971

Due to an issue with AV equipment, the passenger vessel workshop will be held at Wayne County Community College - Downtown Campus. The address is listed below. All of the emails I received from RSVP have been notified. Please spread the word widely. We will have a member from CG Sector Detroit at the previous location for those that don't get the word, but don't want anyone to miss out on any of the info being passed. Date/Time: Friday, March 22, 2019 between 8 AM and 12:30 PM

U.S. Coast Guard Sector Detroit, working with the Michigan Department of Natural Resources, is hosting an Uninspected Passenger Vessel (UPV) Workshop at the Wayne County Community College Downtown Campus to provide information to charter vessel owners/operators. Attendees will become familiar with federal and state charter vessel regulations, federal drug and alcohol testing program requirements, what to expect when boarded by law enforcement on the water, U.S. Coast Guard merchant mariner credentialing processes, legal liability considerations when operating a vessel commercially, how to schedule a Coast Guard Auxiliary voluntary safety exam and how and who to report illegal charter vessel operations. Additionally, attendees will have the opportunity to network with federal and state maritime law enforcement, as well as other operators. Our hope is this workshop will reduce the number of illegal charter vessel operations, which place the public at risk, especially when these vessels are operated by untrained/inexperienced mariners or without proper safety equipment.

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Location: Wayne County Community College Downtown Campus, 801 West Fort Street, Detroit, MI 48226, Frank Hayden Community Room, Room 236
Date/Time: Friday, March 22, 2019 between 8 AM and 12:30 PM
Parking: Free in Lot #3